A new-look Claremont side, with ten absent on under-18 duty
and two on the injured list, moulded into a formidable
combination and scored a most satisfying 20-point victory
over East Fremantle (also without several star players) at
East Fremantle Oval on Saturday morning.
CLAREMONT FOOTBALL CLUB HOLIDAY CLINIC
Claremont have responded from their round three mauling by
the Lions to defeat the Sharks by 18 points at East
Five minutes into the second quarter of the match at East
Fremantle Oval on Saturday Luke Blackwell passed to Andrew
Foster for Claremont’s sixth goal.
Claremont will be looking to rebound from its disappointing
performance against Subiaco when they take on the Sharks at
East Fremantle Oval this Saturday.
Claremont came crashing back to stark reality at East
Fremantle Oval on Saturday when the side was pulverised by a
vibrant Subiaco team which inflicted a demoralising 80-point
defeat on the Tigers who were still preening themselves on
their upset win over the 2013 premiers West Perth the
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